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Source: Salt Lake Herald
Source type: newspaper
Document type: article
Document title: “This Editor Was Mean”
Author(s): anonymous
City of publication: Salt Lake City, Utah
Date of publication: 28 December 1901
Volume number: 29
Issue number: 212
Pagination: 1

“This Editor Was Mean.” Salt Lake Herald 28 Dec. 1901 v29n212: p. 1.
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Rudolph Grossman; anarchists (New York, NY).
Named persons
Leon Czolgosz; Emma Goldman; Rudolph Grossman; Mrs. Rudolph Grossman; William McKinley; Theodore Roosevelt.


This Editor Was Mean

     New York, Dec. 27.—Rudolph Grossman, editor of the Austro-Hungarian Gazette, was arrested today, charged with assaulting his wife with a knife. Mrs. Grossman declared her husband to be an anarchist, and said that he repeatedly told her he would consider himself highly honored if he could but do to President Roosevelt what Czolgosz did to President McKinley. She alleged that her husband, on Dec. 9 last, addressed a meeting of anarchists in this city, where he was introduced by Emma Goldman. Later Grossman was arraigned in police court and discharged, on promising to support his wife.



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